Students are Connected to a World of Opportunities

What makes young people thrive?
Hands-on learning, self-determination and meaningful experiences.

Explore Hundreds of Experiential Programs


Students receive individualized guidance to engage in extracurricular activities that contribute to their intellectual and personal growth.  Engage your student with some of the hundreds of local community opportunities, summer programs and internships from my exclusive, up-to-date listings.

During sessions, students are encouraged to reflect on and clarify passions, values and life goals to help them build greater self-knowledge.  Students can take  personality assessment mosaics and career interest surveys to identify academic interests and prospective careers.

Build a Unique Deep Initiative

Our experience working in various start-ups allows us to uniquely help your student create a deep initiative that will not only build self-confidence, but also allow them to delve deeply into a passion.  They could build an organization from scratch, conjure up an invention or product, craft a unique research project or more!

While these accomplishments are extremely valuable for admission to selective colleges, more importantly, they often help students truly connect their interests and talents with study and a career they will really love. 


Finding Meaning

Meaning is not something you stumble across...
Meaning is something you build into your life.

You build it out of your own past, out of your affections and loyalties, 
out of the experience of humankind as it is passed on to you, 
out of your own talent and understanding, 
out of the things you believe in, out of the things and people you love, 
out of the values for which you are willing to sacrifice something.

The ingredients are there.

You are the only one who can put them together into that unique pattern
that will be your life. Let it be a life that has dignity and meaning for you.
If it does, then the particular balance of success or failure is of less account.

-  John Gardner, "Personal Renewal"